We started with Steve’s favorite, scallion pancakes. He informed me that if the pancakes weren’t good, we couldn’t have our wedding there. Luckily, they passed the test. They were light and crispy, although I thought it could have used more scallions.
Steve had the roast pork with vegetables and I was delighted to find out that they offer dim sum to order in the evening, so I got steamed BBQ pork buns, spareribs, har gau and shumai.
The shrimp in the har gau was plump and tasty, but the wrapper was thicker than I like. The spareribs and buns were perfunctory, but good. The shumai was the best out of the brunch.
After dinner, we wandered to the downstairs space where our banquet would be. It is spacious enough to fit 300 people and a good sized dance floor. I envisioned our guests enjoying the 10-course meal and then dancing it off. I can’t wait.